Salata’s build-your-own salads let you choose everything from proteins to veggies to lettuces to dressings. CONTRIBUTED BY MIA YAKEL
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Salata opens new location near Ponce City Market

A new Salata location is now open near Ponce City Market, according to a news release. 

Located at 650 Ponce de Leon Avenue, the restaurant specializes in built-to-order salads and wraps. It also serves soups, organic teas and lemonade. 

The 2,400-square-foot location is operated by franchise group Henry Investment Group and is the ninth location in Atlanta, which also has restaurants at Atlantic Station and Madison Yards. 

Guests at the grand opening will be treated to a succulent bar with Garden Hood, an independent garden center in Grant Park, according to the release.  The first paying customer will receive a gift basket valued at $200. 

The first 100 guests will also receive free Atlanta-inspired t-shirts. 

Twenty percent of the restaurant's opening day sales will go toward Community Friendship Incorporated, a 38-year-old nonprofit based in Atlanta that assists those with mental illness. 

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